Username:   Remember Me

Uber Articles {Über (ger) adj. above, beyond }

- Above and Beyond a Mere Article Directory


Old Rare Chinese Silver Coins – Authentic Or Fake?

By Christina Goldman

For coin collectors all over the world, one of the most extraordinary reveals that can ever be obtained in the market today are Old Rare Chinese Silver Coins. For one thing, you do not often find rare Chinese coins from different dynasties in the local Chinese markets without wondering or suspecting if all of the merchant’s hordes are mere copies or fakes of the real thing.

It is also awfully rare to be able to obtain ancient Chinese silver coins for modest costs. So, be aware that if you’re into the coin collecting business and want to have some of China’s old and rare silver coins, you are most likely going to need to shell out a ton of cash simply to obtain them. What you’ll be benefiting from these coins though is a part of the state’s traditional history, a valuable and unsubstantial treasure that no one can fiddle with unless they completely destroy such artifacts.

The circulation of old rare Chinese Silver Coins first began when the republic of China was founded after the Xinhai Revolution. Because they had to develop and issue a new army currency to replace the previous one used in the Qing dynasty, they Nanjing provisional government decided to make a new kind of currency called the Silver Dollar.

This was established in 1914 by the nation’s Currency Ordinance and became the national currency of the Republic of China. From then on till the 1930s, lots of the designs have changed overtime but the sizes and quantity of precious metals used stayed unchanged.

These coins have a history so rich the price of these authentic rare coins can be quite compelling for the average coin collector. You will discover that a few of these old rare Chinese Silver Coins can’t be acquired less than a thousand dollars from a reputable coin dealer.

You can find great prices and selection on collectible Old Rare Chinese Silver Coins at:


Article kindly provided by

Topics: Coins | Comments Off


Article Citation
MLA Style Citation:
Goldman, Christina "Old Rare Chinese Silver Coins – Authentic Or Fake?." Old Rare Chinese Silver Coins – Authentic Or Fake?. 28 May. 2009. 25 Jul 2014 <>.

APA Style Citation:
Goldman, C (2009, May 28). Old Rare Chinese Silver Coins – Authentic Or Fake?. Retrieved July 25, 2014, from

Chicago Style Citation:
Goldman, Christina "Old Rare Chinese Silver Coins – Authentic Or Fake?"

Reprint Rights

Creative Commons License
This article is subject to a revocable license under a Creative Commons Attribution-No Derivative Works 3.0 Unported License, which means you may freely reprint it, in its entirety, provided you include the author's resource box along with LIVE VISIBLE links (without "nofollow" tags). We may revoke the license at any time with or without cause. You must also include the credit to

Comments are closed.

Uber Articles and its partner sites cannot be held responsible for either the content nor the originality of any articles. If you believe the article has been stolen from you without your permission, please contact us and we will remove it immediately. If you have a problem with the accuracy or otherwise of the content of an article, please contact the author, not us! Also, please remember that any opinions and ideas presented in any of the articles are those of the author and cannot be taken to represent the opinions of Uber Articles. All articles are provided for informational purposes only. None of them should be relied upon for medical, psychological, financial, legal, or other professional advice. If you need professional advice, see a professional. We cannot be held responsible for any use or misuse you make of the articles, nor can we be held responsible for any claims for earnings, cures, or other results that the article might make.
  • RSS Feed

    RSS for Coins

  • Plugin UAW into your sites and start receiving fresh, unique and niche relevant content today and everyday!